KPMG Webcast: Countdown to Compliance: IT Considerations for Section 404 | AccountingWEB

KPMG Webcast: Countdown to Compliance: IT Considerations for Section 404

As part of its "Countdown to Compliance" series of informational webcasts, the 404 Institute will present Bruce Ulmer, vice president and general auditor for the Lincoln Financial Group, to speak October 26, 2004, at 2 p.m. EDT, on IT considerations for Section 404 compliance.

The webcast is designed to help companies better understand the impact of Section 404 on information technology. Anyone interested in registering for the webcast can do so at www.404institute.com

As part of its "Countdown to Compliance" series of informational webcasts, the 404 Institute will also present partner Neil D. Falis and associate David Eaton, members of the Corporate Group of Atlanta law firm Kilpatrick Stockton LLP, to speak November 3, 2004, at 2 p.m. EDT, on a variety of Sarbanes-Oxley issues related to mergers and acquisitions transactions, including the effect of M&As on internal controls over financial reporting.

Anyone interested in registering for the webcast can do so at www.404institute.com

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